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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT.
March 17: WA Harry Tepner of Nebraska is help intr bis brother. K. Tenner on tne Prank Wheeler house. They expect to continue in the carpenter work for some time. The VPreabyterian services began Monday night There has been a good attendance all week and the services are well worth your while to attend. 'Leonard, the two-year old son of ' Mr. ana Mrs. w. a. D antes, wne naa his leg broken live weeks ago, is able to be out again. The injury healed perfectly. George Black of Fowler is here having secured a position recently. Swell Marshall of Fowler, a trap drummer known to many Liberal folks, has recently joined the HazeL - Bee liurd stock Company. """"" Mr.' Rice of Beaver was in Liberal Thursday as a- guest at the home of his, son, C. V. Eke nd family. Mrs. F. W. Fortna is still at' Lan don, at the bedside of her father, W.I E. Rausback who is seriously ill, and while he is expected to recover it i l . V may ue some nine oeiore una cwi re turn Rome. . Grandi Pros. Stock company open at the Majestic tonight and wll re main the balance of the week. If you want to enjoy a good show give the Grahdi's company an opportunity to provide it xof you. . M. M. Maricle of Lorena was here on business Wednesday. Mr., and Mrs. N. L. Howard left Wednesday evening for Dalhart where they will attend the Fireman's Ball that will be given Thursday even ing: The dance is an annual affair, and always gtven on St Patrick's night s . . Mrs. Virgil Ackers came in Wed nesday from Tyrone to join her lit tle daughter, Audrey who came up for a lew days visit They returned Thursday. W. F. Hubbard of the Hugoton H. DeCacp was here from Hugoton Hermes was in the city Thursday on yesterday visiting his son , J. De- business. Mrs. Roy K. Wilcox left Thurs day morning for a short visit at Grey and from there she will go to Dar ouzette, Texas, for a visit with rela tives. , . l'IIIIIIHIIlltlllllllllllllllglOllllllllllllllllltlllH'lll"mw'"1 I J. L. Kennedy is here from Mem- phis, Texas, on business. amiffliiffliin-mffliilK . Harry Knotts, city enginer, pur. chased new Woodstock typwrit rr frim the Liberal Typewriter Ex change Wednesday ' Nova Dickerson accompanied the basket .ball teams an their trip to the State meet at Lawrence yesieraay. George Muir and wife were up from Gray, the first ol the ween vis iting at. the home of their son, Carl Tom Emerson-was over from For- gan Monday transacting business. Dl K. Fortna returned to his home in Hutchinson Thursday after a short visit with his on, Frank Fortna ol the Fortna iejmber Company. i The Grandi Bros Stock Company is staying at the Hotel Sanford while in the city. I Chiropractic Teaches That Sciatica, female diseases, hip-joint di sease, constipation and piles are the result of luxations in the lumbar vertebrae. Di seases of the lungs, heart, liver and stomach are produced by luxated thoracic vertebrae, which impinge nerves proceeding to those organs. Many ailments of the head and face have their origin in displacements of the cervical vertebrae. Whether we have a headache, too much heat (fever), constipation, dysentery, or any other disease the cause producing it must be adjusted. ; Luxations o'f spinal vertebrae are caused by Innumerable and va rious accidents as heavy lifting, falls, wrenches, train wrecks, etc. , While it is true that vertebrae of the spinal column are so inter locked by their articulating processes that complete luxations without fracture seldom occur;sublaxations, slight displacements where the -two articulating surfaces have lost only in part their natural connec tion, are much more common; in fact, are of daily ocurrence. These are not the complete dislocations, known by the medical profession; yet a knowledge of them has done more to explain the time- worn question, "What is the cause of diseases?" than all doctrines advanced by medical schools from the lime of Hippocrates to the present day. Consultation and Spinal Analysis Free, DR. VERA L. YOUNG - ' CHIROPRACTOR - GRADUATE PALMER SCHOOL MILLER BUILDING - , LIBERAL, KANSAS . Camp and family ' business, and transacting A. L. Eidson is here from Kansas City this week visiting friends and looking after business matters. F. H. Murphy was 1 down from Meade yesterday renewing old ac quaintances frank had a grievance against the Democrat for making the walk laid in Liberal wag in front of statement that the first brick side the George building. He then recall ed that he was the . first property walk that in front of his residence owner to construct a cement side on'South Grant and that H. V. Tuck er, followed his lead. This was before there were any cement walks in the business section of the city. ' Three men yesterday started to put lip a bulletin board on the lot across the street west from the post office. 4ome one coming along stop ped and loking at them made the re mark to another party standing by: There must be a new show company coming to town." One of the work men said : "Yes, it is a stock company The Lord Church and Company." This company is putting on a pro gram every night at the Presbyterian church. The Annex Cafe has a new g?n ipaintea on their awning. A -number of the Baptist people of Liberal attended a Sunday school Convention at Meade Wednesday and Thursday. The ladles of the Baptist church will hold a fod sale and bazaar at one of the stores, March 26. The place win De announced later. The new restaurant to locate in the Stamper building just north of the Liberal Decorating Company's rooms, is making preparations tow ard occupying the apartment by a thorough cleaning and painting in side. Tne rooms were used for stor age before the restaurant firm took them. . H. McCoy and family went to Guy mon Wednesday for a short visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. R. M. Hyning made a busi ness trip to Tyrone Wednesday. H. T. Craig who has been in the Grain Co., here for the past several weeks made a business trip to Texho ma Wednesday. Mrs. L. C. Smith of Pratt visited the first of the week with her daugh ters. Misses Leta Mae and . Libbie Smith. . Vote for the city library. It will cost the tax payers of Liberal less cost the tax payers of Liberal less one dollar per thousand on the as sessed valuation of their city prop- flrttF ti aaaHllan anil maintain a ntiK- lie library and free reading room in1 . Miss Margaret Stoufer who has this citv I Deen the nas several days is much John W. Baughman and El' D, Cooper left for an extended busi nes trip to Colorado this morning. Vlr. Baughman is having a large amount of farming done no his land east of Denver. Mr. Baughman has recently purchased an irrigated ranch near the city of Denver which is used in the production of produce for the city markets. Mr and Mrs. A. C. Patridge and daughter who have been visiting at the W. G. Young and R. M. Van Hy ring homes the last few days, re turned to their home in Booker, Tex as, Sunday. F.' S. Sellsman who visited his daughter, Mrs. A. M. F Nass. last Week returned home to Booker Sunday. Frank Murphy came down from Meade Wednesday for a short visit with friends. B. R. Johnson of Wichita is a busi-! nes visitor in the city Thursday. impioved in health. Sheriff Nelson and Brice Rezeau left the first of the week for Fort Rev. John Pennington, minister of' Veavenworth. with.a cou.e of a.rmy the Baptist church, returned Wed-1 alerters and another prisoner where nesday from Hutchinson where he , thcy W1 st8t,on them ,n ther 8tate has Wn rnnAnrt tho f.ino-r.1 nf i Pnitentary. Mr. John Hirth. Mr. Hirth was an old ! . , . : . ' , , . poineer citizen of Kansas and one1 "e mv.B " ew BP"aB '"J Ior ? who served in the civil war. He was . per .cwl- . B.D0.ut Il0.ur. leedanq 85 years old. H. E. Sond'erirard. reoresentatine the Hutchinson Gazette, was a busi; nes visitor in the city this week. garden seed. Vickers Grain C. & Seed 39tlc .Miss Donna Wilson of Dalhart is in the city this week workincr at the freight depot as third trick operator during the absence of the regular op erator who is away on a visit J. B. Campbell recently nurchased two lots of John W. Baughman. These lots are adjoining his ' new house in the Sunnyside addition. Fred Mendenhall who recently purchased of John W. Bauirhman two lots in east Liberal intends to im prove these lotsrfor a home. Mr. Baughman states that in his oninion this part of town is the coming loca tion for anyone, with limited capital as locations can now be secured there at a very low figure and on suitable terms. D. H. Lockwood recently 'pur chased of John W. Baughman a loca tion in Sunnyside. Mr. Lockwood will probably build on these lots in the future. Chas. Roedder of Washington, Mo. arrived in the city Tuesday night for a business visit. X Dr. J. W. Messersmith Physician and Surgeon Call Answered Day er Nlatt Office in Miller Building Dr. P. W. Huddleston Phyiiolan in charge, Liberal Hospital PHONES Home 179; Office 46; Hospital 878 Will De Geeeral Practice The Levi Hospital 208 North Sherman AU Kinds of Swgery, end Car, Eye, . Note and Throat work done Liberal Ambulance y-f iL .. Miss Ethel Cain returned Sunday from a short trip to Fowler. Miss Ila Albertsuir was visiting in Fowler last week. A. L. Eidson arrived Tuesday from Kansas City for a short business trip See F. E. Brewer for Paperhang ing, at Wiley's. Phone 245. 37w tfc 0. E. Dobson and J. E. Freeman went to Perryton, Wednesday on a business trip, business matters. C.E . Butcher and family finished their moving into Liberal Tuesday from Elkhart 'They will make their home here so the children will have advantage of the good schools. ir You Were to i' dib' Your Washing Through o:r Laundry Follow your family bundle through our laundry; trace all of the interesting operations required to return to you clothes so sweetly clean, so beauti fully ironed. YouTl find the secret pf our magic in simple, homely methods, coupled with thoroughness and a scientific knowledge of fabrics and their treat ment ' We resort to no short-cut to produce the effects you so greatly admire. There's no mystery in pure, rainsoft water end mild, white soap; in repeated rinsing in crystal-clear water; in the choice starches and careful finishing processes we use. They are methods your mother- and your grandmother knew. Only we have systematized and refined them; replaced guess work with certainty, and substituted ingenious modern equipment for the back-breaking, clothes-wracking washboard, wringer and clothes line. y If you can't come to see for yourself, send your bundle it will tell you of all these things when itcomes home, sweet and clean. . Give our better wash-way a trial this week. ; Phone today for our driver; we will have him call. S. A. MILLER, R. M. MEYER. A. F. Garvis and Mr. Paul Adams were Liberal visitors Monday. They were en route to the eastern part of the state on a short visit Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rankin of Grand Valley, 'were in Liberal Tues day shopping and looking after busi ness matters. - Lib- L. F. Baty or Beaver was a eral visitor Tuesday afternoon, D. G. McCombs the' Hugoton mail carter, is driving a new Reo truck. Mrs. V. J. Ross who is taking chi ropractic treatments in the city spent the day Sunday at her home 18 miles southeast of Liberal. lilllUUUIIIIUUIUjlllfflM I Look at. This! F. C Lukritz was a business visit or from Hutchinson Tuesday and Wednesday. J. W. Gurley was down from Pratt Wednesday on business. Robert Dickerson attended the Howland and Heath public sale Wed nesday. It was a fine sale and a good crowd was present. , W. S. Martin has recently purchas ed of John W. Baughman a location In the sixth block on North Sher man. Mr. Martin intends to erect a modern home on these lots in the near future. . Mrs. Wittaker who recently pur chased of John W. Baughman two lots near Liberal's new school has started building on these lots and im proving them for a home. Wall Store. Paper at Wiley's Drug 87wtfc M. Feinberg is here this week look- -ing after busines matters and visit ing friends. H. L. Ginns of Wichita is here this week buying broomcorn. Mrs. Harry Sohn was called to Phi adelphia this week by the death of her father. District court closed a long busy session Saturday night and Judge Vance and stenographer left Sunday for the east. COUNTY DIPLOMA EXAMINA TIONS The examinations for common school diplomas will be held April 2 and, 9 at the folowing places: Liberal Kismet, Swink school house and Gol den Plains. They will begin at 8 a. m. EMMA THOMPSON 89t2c County Supt , i EASTER BAZAAR The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will hold their Easter Bazaar at the Star Krocery on Saturday, March 26. A food sale will be in conection. Don't oi get the date, time and place. Four room cottage, located on two east front lots, close to schools, sidewalks in, electric lights, and water in the nouse. This house would be a bargain at $2200.00, but we are going to peddle it at $1800,00 in the next few days. Immediate possession. " fit If .this house is not large enough, look at some of the many other bargains we have in city properties. Griffith & Baughman Ray Kennedy, Manager . Phone 21 City Property Department. I F. O. RINDOM INSURANCE Fire, Lightning, Tornado, Plate Glass, Automobile hoth city and country ritks. Court House, Office of County Attorney. Phone 196 Agent Liberal Building & Loan i The Blue Bell Tire Shop Vulcanizing and. retread- ing are our specialties and we guarantee all work. , '. West Third Street. r iiiMmmnmiiK